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The Fable of the Bees Bernard Mandeville London: J. Roberts, 1714 [G.L.] 1714 Bernard Mandeville’s The Fable of the Bees consists of a poem ‘The Crumbling Hive, or Knaves Turn’d Honest’ previously published in 1705 with a new prose discussion.
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"While researching for the Oceans of Learning Exhibition, Richard Espley discovered the poems of William McGonagall ‘frequently described as the worst poet in the English language, although his work is the source of continuing fascination’.
In this recording he reads out McGonagall’s, The Burning of the Ship “Kent”."
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This summer Senate House Library launches a new Library Catalogue. From later this summer, we’ll be switching over to a new interface offering new features and a more modern design.
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Three new acquisitions for the Latin American collection:
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The book amnesty has been extended to 22/09/14!
Senate House Library is holding a one-off book amnesty to recover some of the overdue and very overdue books missing from our collections. If you have overdue books (or even very overdue books), you can – now until 22/09/14 – bring back your overdue books, without questions or fines.
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Charmian Brinson and Richard Dove answer questions about their fascinating research, which resulted in their book, A Matter of Intelligence: MI5 and the Surveillance of Anti-Nazi Refugees 1933-1950.
Surveillance consists mainly of the monitoring of behaviour and activities, or of changing information about people for the purpose of influencing, managing, directing or protecting them. This can include observation from a distance or interception of information or just simple methods such as human intelligence and postal interception.
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Ashgate studies in publishing history: manuscript, print and digital are producing publishing histories of works by Elizabeth Gaskell, Fanny Burney, Baroness Orczy, Charles Dickens and Lewis Carroll amongst others.
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Have you spotted 'The Day of the Triffids' themed BookBench outside the front of Senate House?
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Pexe Nicolao, a Seventeenth Century Merman. Read the full post:

http://senatehouselibrary.ac.uk/2014/06/02/pexe-nicolao-a-seventeenth-century-merman/
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